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We did this drive,,,, After doing almost all of the roads on Puerto Rico, And were expecting a lot.
Dissapointed, We have seen many better views, Problem is often you can;t see the wood for the trees!
We had much better views further along towards...More
Never thought to arrive from Ponce by bicycle are 30 km exhausting up the last section although steep is possible, you can see all puerto rico from there is impressive the view is a little abandoned and has no information either because the plate seems...More
I found this place because we where lost looking for something else... And let me tell you the finding where remarkable. Wow! The view and the beauty is very secretly kept at heart. I wish to have had a great camera on hand because this...More
We started out early in the morning to attempt to avoid the afternoon clouds. It worked ! We arrived at the base of the mountain and parked in the large lot below. I suppose you could drive up but it has rained the night before...More
As the others said; the place is unmarked. The road is quite confusing. Just when we were about to give up, we saw them...the three towers!! BEWARE, there are many towers in this mountainous path, but there are three that WILL stand out. Although some...More
We came from the north side of the island (took i10 south to 143), it was a really pretty drive. The parking lot for the last bit to the top can be a little confusing to find. You'll see a gravel parking lot to your...More
You would need to time this hike just right. We got started in the afternoon as a heavy fog was rolling in before a heavy rain. We couldn't see the radio towers until we were up on them, and never all 3 at once. At...More
As mentioned in another review, the place is unmarked. However, if you follow the highway 143 (coming from Ponce/Adjuntas), there is a parking lot on the left about 5-10 minutes after you pass the intersection with 511 on the right. You can see the three...More
One of the few places were you can breathe fresh air, enjoy the scenery and be as close to the clouds as you can get in Puerto Rico. It is the highest peak in the island at 4,389 ft (1338 m). The way to the...More
Cerro de Punta is the highest peak in Puerto Rico, and there is a fantastic view from the top - well worth a visit, especially since you can drive almost to the very top. But here's the crazy thing: there is no sign at all....More